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  1. For some odd reason, whenever I look at a page with a .SVG extension on the wiki, it won't display the picture properly: I was wondering if this was just me, or if anyone else sees this as well? I am using Chrome btw.
  2. I have seen this issue thrown around a bit with no real answer, so I decided to take the issue to the forums. Over time, developers and publishers can go by several different names. The names on the game boxes say what the developers and publishers are at the time, but do not carry over in future alliterations of games. We have been trying to figure out a way to show this in the wiki, and I have come up with a simple way to show this change on the wiki. In the current Infobox, we could add a small section underneath that resembles this crude drawing I made in paint. This would be relevant for the developer Danger Close Games: It would show who the developer/publisher was named previously and who they become eventually should it be relevant. What do you all think?
  3. You are awesome sir. This will do until an official logo pops up, like Andytizer said.
  4. Hey, I have been adding new developers and publishers to the Wiki, and I have run into a small problem. Now, this isn't your standard problem, and it will require a strange fix. I added a developer under the name Aces Studios, who developed the Microsoft Flight Sims for a time. However, I cannot for the life of me find a decently sized logo for this company to display on their page! I have found one logo picture that resembles what their logo should be. It definitely says "ACES Game Studio", but it is so small it is unusable: My question is this: Could someone try to re-create this logo in Photoshop or some similar program to try and make a good sized logo for the wiki? It would be most appreciated.
  5. Wow. That was totally it. Didn't even notice that it was zoomed. Thanks.
  6. My laptop's screen resolution is 1366x768, and for some reason the wiki does not size properly to it and hangs off the right side. Is this an issue with just this resolution, or are other sizes affected too?
  7. I have been browsing the wiki a bit, and it seems that there are many pages with just the game information and no actual fixes posted with it. This is usually the case when a game series is posted, as they probably don't want any red links in them. I feel that these pages should be removed until actual fixes are found so that the pages aren't there just for the sake of being there. In the case of game series red links, the text for those games on those templates should remain unlinked until a page is made for said game. I just feel that people should't be going to pages for games only not to find any game fixes for them on a wiki designed for fixes!
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